How I Learned To Be Thankful Even For Mental Illness

How I Learned To Be Thankful Even For Mental Illness By Laura Baxter for The Federalist Through a dark trial of my son’s mental illness, I realized suffering is an embedded feature of our fallen world. But through thanksgiving, earthly suffering is transformed, one broken heart at a time. It has been a very difficult five years. Just before starting college, my son Z. had his first psychotic break. Doctors eventually diagnosed him with schizoaffective disorder, a variant of schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is a devastating mental illness, affecting approximately 1 percent of the…

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Why Your Brain Craves PQQ

Why Your Brain Craves PQQ by Dr. Joseph Mercola for Mercola While your diet is one of the most important tools you can use to take control of your health, certain supplements can be helpful, especially when it comes to improving your mitochondrial function. One particularly powerful supplement in this regard is pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ),1 which has been shown to promote the growth of new mitochondria (mitochondrial biogenesis). Your mitochondria also require PQQ to catalyze energy producing reactions, and it’s critical in protecting your mitochondria from damage. Your mitochondria are the tiny energy producers…

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Air Pollution Now Strongly Linked to Mental Illness

Air Pollution Now Strongly Linked to Mental Illness by Dr. Joseph Mercola for Mercola Worldwide, 93% of children live in areas with air pollution at levels above World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines.1 Further, more than 1 in 4 deaths among children under 5 years is related to environmental risks, including air pollution. When most people think about health risks linked to polluted air, respiratory issues come to mind and, indeed, in 2016 ambient (outside) and household air pollution contributed to respiratory tract infections that led to 543,000 deaths in children under 5.2 However,…

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Christian Mental Health Professional: Exposing Satan’s Full-Frontal Attack on the Church Today

Christian Mental Health Professional: Exposing Satan’s Full-Frontal Attack on the Church Today by FRED ANTONELLI for Charisma News Editor’s Note: This is part one of a two-part series. Stay tuned for part two! Young Christian pastors and church leaders are disposing of their faith—take Josh Harris and Marty Sampson for example. We’re seeing tragic young pastoral suicides like Jarrid Wilson of Harvest Christian Fellowship and Andrew Stoecklein, former lead pastor of Inland Hills Church. These events are terrible, confusing and even alarming. And do you know what? They should be,…

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They don’t work: Conventional meds for depression and mental disorders treat symptoms, not cause

They don’t work: Conventional meds for depression and mental disorders treat symptoms, not cause by: Isabelle Z. for Natural News Have you ever wondered why so many people who take antidepressants continue to be depressed? The truth is that like many other drugs for mental disorders, they are not the cures that many people believe them to be. They might address symptoms, but they don’t really do much about the cause of depression – and therein lies an important distinction. In the Waking Times, author Tracy Kolenchuk looks at the logic of…

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Breaking Free of the Lies that Hold Women Captive (Podcast)

Breaking Free of the Lies that Hold Women Captive Podcast – Dr Carol Swain  What does it mean to have a transformed life? Transformation is about change, metamorphosis, and alteration. There are millions of people who are hurting and need an intervention into their lives. Should the intervention take the form of a treatment program or something that can lead to a radical transformation that changes them forever? Joining me today to discuss changed lives is Nancy Alcorn. Nancy is the founder of Mercy Ministries rebranded as Mercy Multiplied. Mercy…

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What you eat affects how you think: The connection between your gut and your brain

What you eat affects how you think: The connection between your gut and your brain by: Ellaine Castillo for Natural News People often underestimate the effects that their diet has on the brain. However, there is a growing body of evidence that highlights the clear connection between the gut and the brain. This is often dubbed as the gut-brain axis. Recent studies on this matter focused on the effects of a high-salt diet on brain health. For a long time, people have associated excessive amounts of salt with high blood pressure. This consequently increases…

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